Randy Scott

Celebration of Life

2:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Saturday, March 9, 2024
Macklin Lakeview Golf Clubhouse
4604 Sun Ave.
Macklin, Saskatchewan, Canada

Obituary of Randy Scott

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As we bid farewell to Randy Scott, who passed away peacefully on February 16th, 2024 at the age of 68, we are overwhelmed by the love and support received during this challenging time.

Randy was born on March 6th, 1955, in The Pas, Manitoba, to Harold and Margaret Scott. He moved to Macklin, Saskatchewan in 1983, where he found friendship and support from the Sumner Family and Doug Wells, who played significant roles in his life during that time.

Randy's journey through life was marked by diverse experiences and cherished connections. He started out in Macklin, working on Sumner's Farm and tending bar at Shooter's, where he worked closely with his friend Blaine. Though he embraced various roles, Randy found the most fulfillment in his blue-collar work, starting at CamVac and Superior Propane before finally finding his home at Trilogy Oilfield where he formed lasting friendships, notably with his dear friends Kerry and Mel and had the privilege of working alongside his son, Cody.

In 1990, Randy married the love of his life, Bonnie Scott, in a beautiful ceremony in Maui, Hawaii, marking the beginning of a wonderful partnership filled with love and adventure.

Randy's passion for music was evident throughout his life. Before moving to Macklin, Randy travelled across Western Canada playing gigs with his bands Tangent and WinterKill. His time on the road was filled with adventure as he pursued his passion for music. Despite the challenges of life on the road, Randy cherished the memories and experiences he gained during this exciting period of his life.

Before his children were born Randy also found joy in playing music with his band, Alias. As his children grew older, he formed his final band, Chester Kreetch, where he played local gigs for his friends and family. He poured his heart and soul into his musical pursuits, bringing joy to countless listeners. One of his prouder moments was hearing his songs on the radio, a testament to his talent as a musician.

Beyond his work and musical endeavors, Randy found joy in sports, nature, and spending time with his friends and family. Whether playing broomball, curling, baseball, or golf, or simply enjoying the outdoors through fishing, hunting, camping, or riding his motorcycle, Randy embraced life to the fullest. He cherished moments spent with friends, particularly his close friends, Frank and Curtis, enjoying the simple pleasures of sharing a beer and creating memories together.

Randy's impact extended far beyond his work and recreational pursuits. He was a cherished friend, mentor, and a beacon of light to all who had the privilege of knowing him. It's impossible to list all of the close friends that were special to Randy.

Randy was most proud of his children and always reminded them how much he loved them. His devotion to his family was unwavering, and he found immense joy in watching his children grow and flourish. He took great pride in their accomplishments, supporting them every step of the way and instilling in them the values of love, kindness, and perseverance. Randy's unconditional love and guidance were huge sources of strength for his children, shaping them into the remarkable individuals they are today. His legacy of love and devotion will forever live on in the hearts of his beloved children and grandchildren.

Randy will be lovingly missed by his wife, Bonnie; children, Lindsie (Danny) and Cody (Dani); grandchildren, Blaize, Levi and Maeve; sister, Debbie (John); niece, Crystal (Don) Emmett and Aiden; mother-in-law, Kay; brother-in-law, Don (Donna-Lynn); nephew, Catlin; niece, Ashley (Jesse), Collins and Brigham.

Randy was predeceased by his parents, Harold and Margaret Scott and his father-in-law, Ian McIntyre.

A Celebration of Randy's Life will be held at the Macklin Lakeview Golf Clubhouse on Saturday, March 9, 2024, starting at 2:30, where friends and family can gather in a come-and-go style celebration to honor and remember Randy. Let's raise a beer in his honor, share stories, and celebrate the wonderful life he lived.

In lieu of flowers, the family kindly requests donations to MS Canada in memory of Randy's mother, Margaret Scott, who suffered from MS.

We extend our deepest appreciation to all who have reached out with condolences and offered assistance during this time of grief. Your kindness has been a source of strength and comfort.

May Randy's memory continue to inspire us all.

With heartfelt gratitude,

The Scott Family

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